FLA

 

Civil Rights Project (CRP) is non-governmental organisation that provides free legal aid in accordance with the Law on Free Legal Aid (National Gazette no. 62/08, 44/11, 81/11.) CRP provides primary free legal aid. Secondary free legal aid is provided through retained attorney-at-law, registered before the Croatian Ministry of Justice, who provides this type of aid in CRP.

Primary legal aid relates to:

  • STATUS RIGHTS – right to temporary and permanent residence, naturalization and other ways of gaining right to Croatian citizenship, registry evidence and related documents, different certificates
  • RIGHTS IN RELATION TO PENSION INSURANCE – pension, disabled persons’ pension, right to compensation in relation to bodily injury, payment of due and unpaid amounts of pension, convalidation of working years
  • HEALTH INSURANCE RIGHTS– right to basic health insurance, health insurance of foreigners with regulated status in Croatia
  • SOCIAL WELFARE RIGHTS – money claims rights, children allowance, personal disability allowance, one-off payments, welfare, allowance for care and assistance
  • HOUSING CARE – right to housing care inside and outside of the Areas of  Special State Concern, Croatian veterans rights to housing care
  • PROTECTION OF WORKERS’ RIGHTS
  • OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDINGS

Secondary legal aid relates to:

  • REAL ESTATE LAW – ownership rights, requests for issuance of ownership and cadastral certificates, tenancy rights
  • LABOUR RELATED RIGHTS – salary rights, layoff related rights, maternity leave related rights, job termination related rights
  • FAMILY LAW RELATED RIGHTS – rights related to marital and extramarital relationships, parents and children rights, guardians and wards rights
  • EXECUTION PROCEEDINGS
  • MEDIATION AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION PROCESSES
  • OTHER COURT PROCEEDINGS

Free legal aid Form

Extraordinary legal aid is provided in cases of protection of human rights and freedom in cases before the Constitutional Court; protection of the right to trial within a reasonable time cases; cases of protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms before the European Court of Human Rights.

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